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    Photo for Mary's Grotto-would love to have one in my backyard

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    Statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the Grotto

    virgin mary altar

    street side grotto- Virgin Mary by _gem_, via Flickr

    Virgin Mary collage

    Little Lilies-The lily symbolizes purity and the Virgin Mary

    virgin mary grotto by _gem_, via Flickr

    The traditional Mary Garden has its roots in Medieval Europe. The plants and flowers in a Mary Garden represent attributes of Mary. It is similar to an English cottage garden, but with Mary-related names. A Virgin Mary statue is prominent.

    The Blessed Virgin Mary

    Virgin Mary Alter in garden

    Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen of the World

    Blessed Virgin Mary

    Antique French Virgin Mary

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    Blessed Virgin Mary in Nashville, Tennessee

    Virgin Mary shrine

    What is a Mary Garden? Wikipedia article that tells about the tradition of a Mary Garden and discusses the plants used to create one. A Mary Garden is a small sacred garden enclosing a statute or shrine of the Virgin Mary, who is known to many Christians as the Blessed Virgin, Our Lady, or the Mother of God.